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Change Roundcube to use SQLite by default in new installs

Donald Holl shared this idea 4 years ago
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Please switch the default storage for Roundcube to SQLite in new installs to reduce dependency upon MySQL/MariaDB.


At present to accomplish this manually, an administrator needs to set roundcube_db=sqlite in /root/cpanel_profile/cpanel.config prior to installing cPanel, similar to the following example:

  1. mkdir -pvm0711 /root/cpanel_profile && echo -e "mysql-version=10.1\nroundcube_db=sqlite" > /root/cpanel_profile/cpanel.config


Please make using SQLite for Roundcube the default behavior in new installs.

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This was completed in version 62, which is now in the CURRENT tier.

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